relationships<br />
reactive vs. proactive <br />
from Marcoux, B. (2007). Levels of collaboration: Where does your work fit in? School Library Media Activities Monthly, XX...
There are six elements to collaboration:1.  environment2.  characteristics of collaboration3.  process/structure of collab...
The good collaborator‘s toolkit:<br /><ul><li> materials that are right for the situation
 outreach to new teachers
 strategic meetings with departments</li></li></ul><li>from Marcoux, B. (2007). Levels of collaboration: Where does your w...
from Marcoux, B. (2007). Levels of collaboration: Where does your work fit in? School Library Media Activities Monthly, XX...
from Marcoux, B. (2007). Levels of collaboration: Where does your work fit in? School Library Media Activities Monthly, XX...
from Marcoux, B. (2007). Levels of collaboration: Where does your work fit in? School Library Media Activities Monthly, XX...
from Marcoux, B. (2007). Levels of collaboration: Where does your work fit in? School Library Media Activities Monthly, XX...
Strategic    Planning Process<br />From  Developing a Vision: Strategic Planning and the Library Media Specialist, by John...
Strategic<br />Planning<br />Process<br />From  Developing a Vision: Strategic Planning and the Library Media Specialist, ...
SOCIAL CHANGE<br />HEALTH<br />TECH DOMINANCE<br />LABOR<br />ECONOMIC POWER<br />ENVIRONMENT<br />Strategic Planning Proc...
POPULATION<br />FACILITIES<br />ASSESSMENT<br />TECHNOLOGY<br />PROGRAMS<br />FINANCES<br />Strategic Planning Process<br ...
vision / mission<br />
Seneca observed*,"If a man knows not what harbor he seeks, any wind is the right wind." <br />* sort of<br />
Vision is the harbor …<br />
And mission is the wind.<br />
Strategic    Planning Process<br />From  Developing a Vision: Strategic Planning and the Library Media Specialist, by John...
<ul><li> What patterns do you see in the statements?
 What do you like or dislike in the statements?
 Are the statements easy to understand?
 Are the statements too vague, or are they specific enough?
 Are they too long? Too short?
 Do the statements express an idea  or a hope for the future?
 Are they too unambitious?  Too "pie in the sky"?
 Do they contain adjectives or  goals that are more appropriate  for a mission (vision) statement?
 Do they clarify a direction  for the school and for its  improvement efforts?</li></li></ul><li>Vision Statement<br />Dom...
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  1. 1. relationships<br />
  2. 2. reactive vs. proactive <br />
  3. 3. from Marcoux, B. (2007). Levels of collaboration: Where does your work fit in? School Library Media Activities Monthly, XXIV, 4.<br />
  4. 4. There are six elements to collaboration:1. environment2. characteristics of collaboration3. process/structure of collaboration<br />4. communication5. shared purpose6. resources<br />Remember: You are not the subject specialist, your expertise is in how to connect knowledge with students.<br />
  5. 5. The good collaborator‘s toolkit:<br /><ul><li> materials that are right for the situation
  6. 6. outreach to new teachers
  7. 7. strategic meetings with departments</li></li></ul><li>from Marcoux, B. (2007). Levels of collaboration: Where does your work fit in? School Library Media Activities Monthly, XXIV, 4.<br />
  8. 8. from Marcoux, B. (2007). Levels of collaboration: Where does your work fit in? School Library Media Activities Monthly, XXIV, 4.<br />
  9. 9. from Marcoux, B. (2007). Levels of collaboration: Where does your work fit in? School Library Media Activities Monthly, XXIV, 4.<br />
  10. 10.
  11. 11. from Marcoux, B. (2007). Levels of collaboration: Where does your work fit in? School Library Media Activities Monthly, XXIV, 4.<br />
  12. 12. from Marcoux, B. (2007). Levels of collaboration: Where does your work fit in? School Library Media Activities Monthly, XXIV, 4.<br />
  13. 13. Strategic Planning Process<br />From Developing a Vision: Strategic Planning and the Library Media Specialist, by John D. Crowley, 1994, Greenwood Press<br />
  14. 14. Strategic<br />Planning<br />Process<br />From Developing a Vision: Strategic Planning and the Library Media Specialist, by John D. Crowley, 1994, Greenwood Press<br />
  15. 15. SOCIAL CHANGE<br />HEALTH<br />TECH DOMINANCE<br />LABOR<br />ECONOMIC POWER<br />ENVIRONMENT<br />Strategic Planning Process<br />From Developing a Vision: Strategic Planning and the Library Media Specialist, by John D. Crowley, 1994, Greenwood Press<br />
  16. 16. POPULATION<br />FACILITIES<br />ASSESSMENT<br />TECHNOLOGY<br />PROGRAMS<br />FINANCES<br />Strategic Planning Process<br />From Developing a Vision: Strategic Planning and the Library Media Specialist, by John D. Crowley, 1994, Greenwood Press<br />
  17. 17. vision / mission<br />
  18. 18. Seneca observed*,"If a man knows not what harbor he seeks, any wind is the right wind." <br />* sort of<br />
  19. 19. Vision is the harbor …<br />
  20. 20. And mission is the wind.<br />
  21. 21. Strategic Planning Process<br />From Developing a Vision: Strategic Planning and the Library Media Specialist, by John D. Crowley, 1994, Greenwood Press<br />
  22. 22. <ul><li> What patterns do you see in the statements?
  23. 23. What do you like or dislike in the statements?
  24. 24. Are the statements easy to understand?
  25. 25. Are the statements too vague, or are they specific enough?
  26. 26. Are they too long? Too short?
  27. 27. Do the statements express an idea or a hope for the future?
  28. 28. Are they too unambitious? Too "pie in the sky"?
  29. 29. Do they contain adjectives or goals that are more appropriate for a mission (vision) statement?
  30. 30. Do they clarify a direction for the school and for its improvement efforts?</li></li></ul><li>Vision Statement<br />Dominican University aspires to bea premier, Catholic, comprehensive,teaching university with an enrollmentof 4,000 students. Mission Statement<br />As a Sinsinawa Dominican-sponsored institution, Dominican University prepares students to pursue truth, to give compassionate service and to participate in the creation of a more just and humane world. <br />
  31. 31. Mission Statement Lakeview will provide a safe, supportivelearning environment with opportunitiesfor each student to develop the skillsand knowledge to become a responsible,successful citizen. <br />Vision Statement We believe:<br /><ul><li> Every person is unique and deserves the opportunity to achieve his/her potential
  32. 32. Each individual has responsibility for his/her actions and the resulting consequences
  33. 33. Diversity strengthens individuals and the community
  34. 34. Learning is an essential lifelong process </li></li></ul><li>VISION STATEMENT   <br />Education, Communication, and Independence for Life<br />  <br />MISSION STATEMENT  <br />For all youth birth to 21 years with hearing or vision loss, including those with other disabilities and deafblindness, in the State of Idaho: <br /><ul><li> The Idaho School for the Deaf and the Blind (ISDB) is the center of educational expertise for these children, their families, and local education providers.
  35. 35. ISDB’s residential and outreach programs provide a continuum of educational opportunities, services, and supports designed to ensure these children achieve their highest potential.</li></li></ul><li>VISION STATEMENT: <br />The SLIS envisions a global society in which information and knowledge resources are created, protected, managed, and used for the good of society, including addressing challenges and opportunities in the service of equity and productivity for individuals and communities.<br />MISSION STATEMENT: <br />The mission of the SLIS is to provide excellence in education, preparing leaders for a diverse, highly technological, knowledge-based global society; to engage in research and creative activities that generate new knowledge and applications for effective practice and that foster interdisciplinary approaches to address information challenges; and to meet the complex information needs of society through public and professional service. <br />

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